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U iSII-ETOTK FIP
TO BE RAISED WITII f HICII TO
Tbe Irish to Defend Ttaeunelreg
Against Brutulialiig Landlords
Hacked bf the Toilet..
Lincoln, Neb , Octob? r 2. Tbe fal
lowing, rddrtBs ii to th.9 officers and
members of the Irnh Nationa' Lennue
of America, W'8 issaed ti djy by Pres
ident Fitzgerald i i response to Cliarits
S. Parnell s appeal:
The third c u.VHition cf tbe Ineh
National Legua i.f America, held at
Ctiicsgo on tr.e 18 h and 19th I list
month, bf s now brcome a matter if
his'ory The Bjvrtof t armony and
the abueg't on of per-ona' vi wt-ra
pleasing cLarecteristua of th 8 Rrat
est githeritig of our iac9 tiut ever s
aemo.'ed in this country. Th e fea
ture of the vae: assembly amply dis
proted the m iliciouj asjer;iona itidas
triously c rca atd and hoped fur by
our enemies, that disunion and disten
tion bad found a hone in oar ranks.
The resolutions tdiped nit only
voiced the Fentimeuta of the conven
tion, but met the lua-ty approval of
the p:ess and people tf thid grett na
tion. Ihe exprt-tu iuin of unlimited
confidence in Mr. Parnell and ap
proval of his line of policy, and the
earnest pledge i f continm d support
of that policy uniil such time as the puo
plecf Ireland, trrough thtirrecogniBsd
leaders, pronounc e i n methods a Uti
uie, met t ie ui.qmlified approbation
not only cf the Ir sh r.ce throughout
the world, but a bo f 1 11 k virj of hu
man freedom. Mr Parnell eahlid bis
approval of tha wisdom, pa rintisin,
moderntion and nui y thit character
ised the convent on. fc'o, as', the
Ir'sh ambasad us ttut honored that
body with tuiir p tsenc dsc'artd
that lis proceeding would noi only
cheer the kt-nr 8 of the Iri h p ople at
home, but would i Iso B.eat y rid the
laiiB'j otl:ish su'ououiy i b g'inh,
Scotch and H e s i EUie teen uml tho
masses ofthe r ptop e. Itasin hope
of accompl thi i g ihis lat r rsu'.t arid
strengthening Mr. 1' noil's po Hon
that a lariie numb -r of the delf flatte
st fl;d their individual npiuions ia
order to fully and fairly test the line
of policy adopted by our coui.t'ytnea
at borce. Jh'y are v.ctima of forc'gu
tyranny ai d urn most idttrittei
in th fiiht f r lfo and lib
erty. The 8 rattle short or
long, they H con iouo to receive
from their hir.drert hera earueit Bud
eubetanlial support in eny manner
they may indic-.tt consis'ent with oar
duties a American cit bw. Toe
great honor conferred oi roe was un
nought, as it was uonierited, my bitih-
fst ambit on b iug to continue an
bumble worker in the runts for tha
redemption of my native land from the
rule of theetiong-r and Ica iz 'd rob
ker, but tinctre iriemle of Ire and as
furtd me that my acceptance of the
presidency would gnatly increase the
memberahip of the L ague and repel
insinuatiois that iha orgn;za'ion
might be usid re a p ilitical shuille-
cock in American politics My great
admiration for Mr. fan.ell and h;8ol-
leagufs. my confl'lei'Ci in their .hm
esty, ability and fiddly, prompted me
to lay aside prson-ii consiae atioos
and aid them all in my power in re
storing, to Ireland t.er own Parliament
and the rieh( of tbe r sons to tbe law
ful ownership of their n tive soil. 1
sincerely hope no ILh Nat.onalifit will
on account of any act of mine
have reason ti regret tbe generous
mam oi coMictcnce r piped iu me by
the coovei.ti'in. It shall be my earnemr
desire to Bid t ie other newly elected
officers cot only to ma nta;n the pant
efficiency of the league, but, if possi
ble, to render it more s rviceahie to
the causa of cur mother l tcd. In the
accomplis rnett of this labor of love
and duty your offices a-k cn'y tbe
fia'riotic epiiit cf members aud their
oyalty o taore whom they have
called to menage tbe effa ri of the
league until thv next contention. It
is admitted that the n imerit al s:ienpth
in the House of Commons of the
Irish parliamentary patty is largely
due to the untiling eflo ts of the
league in America. 1 he large amount
of money t-rnstnitfed at opportune
times by your revetenea ami dis
tingniihtd t eaucr f r the Pari a
meLtary fund ait s a the efficieucy of
your organization. xour eealoiiB
labors a;s ceived as en incentive to
other pa'riotic i W. -ns, wh j forwarded
large cont i: u ions tj tbe came
fund. But urg nt ai was the ne
cessity that brought fith such
generous reepirs'S to the Parliament
ary fund, there now ex eta a more
urgent demand on the Irish raie
thronghou thi wor'd. Live of kin
dred and the h'glust dicta es of hu
manity invoke p-ompt and decisive
action. Oil ihe 22J of tbii month
the Tory Government rf England de
cided, by ther j ctionof Mr. Parneli's
land bill, on Ibe eviction aod conse
quent starvation or banishment of
tnoubands of men, women and chil
dren. Mr. Uladatoi e hfs truthfully
said that every sush eviction is equal
to a eentenre of diat'i. Ala', manv
a B'ngle evict on resulted in several
deaths, but this was pror to the or
ganisation of ibe I'l-h N.-ti nal L?egne
and I am greatly miotiken in thi
present temper of the I-sh race and
other friends r.f humar.i'y if thar ba'
barity will er r aj;a n he perm! t.d
on God's creatures anywhere. Until
recently, the eal story of Ireland was
known only ti her sons. Mow it is
uppermost in the minds of a l Chris
tendom. Toe outspoken sympathy of
the world is with her children in their
struggle for home a d liberty, hence
Lord ali bnry and i U government
will soon d scover thtt they can never
starve, exteruiii a e nor subdue by
coercion the I ieh people. The
fight is on. Evictions for ron
payment of iirposaible rents Lave
commenced. God's creatures are
being rendered Lomelws and turned
out on the toadaidis, but they ekall
not die the deith planned f r them by
the heartlees tyr.ints. Therefore, I ap
peal to every man aud woman with
Irish blood coursing in their veins to
aid ia resiet ng this brutality. Let
every branch of the league at once
start an anti-sviction fund and B?nd
the contribu.ion t to the national treas
urer, the Rev rharles O'Reilly, tf De
troit, Mich. Brar ches should be start
ed in ev lytiwnand village in the
country; in the workobops and on the
railroads. R c'l and poor should nnite
in this Lmmane and patriotic work.
Organ'ulion is necessary to resistor
ganired tyranny. Let the 20,000000
of the tcittered Irkh race whoe
hearls beat true to Erin and lib
erty, nnite under the leaden hio of
Charles Stewart Perne'l in the Irish
National League, aid present a united
and determii'i d fionttothat govern
ment, whoee Que n only a few days
eg) ialimatd thtt the blood and
treasure cf hr Empire wmld deft-nd
home rule in B ilria while denying
borne rule t Ireland, and while sbe ia
content wl h api o ttiicg a "Commii
Btcn of Inquirt"into the sy item of
Irish landlord robbery. Letthegiod
work commence at once, fc'tate dele
gates should loss no time in organiz
ing their eevtral H ates, while mnn -cipa!
councils aid btanch officers
eujuldbs untiring in their eflorta to
increase the roll of membership. Sec
retaries of bramhes will please
rolify the National fcesretary, John
P. Saton, Lincoln, Neb., of
all remittance to the National
Treasurer end all chang e in branch
(flicere. I reepect'u ly request of the
American tb a cont'u.u-nca of the
iuvalu vble as i tauce h rtfre ren
dered the bague, and I moet ea-nestiy
ask the Ir s'o American tTe;S to arouse
our (otin rymen to iha imperative
cecseeity of united decision and
P'ompt action in aid of the anti evic
tioa lund. Ispp-ndan oppecl fr.m
the Iloa. Ciijs. Stawart Parcell, whoss
fuc ble tirme shou d awaken a re
sponse in the bear a of eve-y friend of
ttie opp'eabed, aid more especially in
those of my fellow ou-.itiymen. I ie
ma n yo::rs 'aifully,
President National lr th Lease ot America.
COJIINtt TO aiEMPIIIS.
THE Bl'NIHEKN HIN OP TLINTOX,
no., xo viBir Tim urT
Hex Wwk-I.ettr From Ike Frr
Ident of the Board or
The peonle living at Clinton, Mo.,
nd vicinity, ore getting np an excur
sion to Memphis f r Tu-st'ay, Octjber
12 h. Piesident E. VV. hnyder, of
the Clinton Bi aul of Trude, writes ?b
fuilows to President 1 hidden and the
presidents of the two excl.angfia : "The
b mil ess men and their femili- s from
this section will v g tyourc.ty, le ving
Cliiit nO.tob.r 12 h, n xt, and cour
tistta nt d favors extended on tlii part
of ths bueine-s intiests of ycur cify
w.ll bs apprc'aU'd, and, we hope,
prove mutually beneficial."
The f re La- b;.( n cut down ti one
filt'i the regu'ar pr.ee, and tbe bills
Bnnou';c that "Memphis btbemnet
gtoving and e: trpti, ng city of th
bonth, the largeit cotum na'ket on
earth and gteai sujip y d:'ptit f ir c it
ten p an'eis. Its many ra lroads,
with iti leading river tran p-rtation
on the lower Missi S'r pi, . its rubl e
buildings, waterwoiks and many
other attrac iona in .tie it a popular
excursion point, the bi8ice?8 imn
and the merchants and the Cotton
Exchanges of Memohis will give the
butinesi men of a uthwe3t Mitsouri
end their friends a beatty and cordial
welcome to their city."
SO STEAM sHir LIXE
To Bo EiiUbl lulled by Ihe Peaaijl
vnnla Ballrond Company.
Phii.adki.phia. Pa.. O.tnhpr 2.
Tfl Pnn.vlvsnia PihnaH PnmnDnv
said an' otfici il of t' at company this
morning, does not co;tmpla'e the
pAtahliHhment r f unv new RtflmnRhln
liue, aj has been reported, rnd it In 8
nor. lutciiaaca rer aoes it lrnena n
pur."ba e the rights and franchises of
.1 T TI CI . 1
lueiuuiiu jjuo. oliuiu lujn'ut) ago,
f.haTnm-n T.;rto lnca-Art t.hn Pinnuvl.
vsnia Rtilrcad Ccmpanv'a docks it
Jersey luty, and eicce tea' time it lias
been shippine ti kn ) from that point.
Here tbe Inerrationsl Navigation
Company also haH it i landing and
shippirg place, and an airangcmant
between thuso two conipmie3 was en
tered into when the Iuman Lne
moved, me king Peter Wright & Sons,
tf the Intdrm t onil Company, agents
of the Ionv n Line in this city. There
you have tne s oiy, and the only con
nection the Pennsylvania Railri ad
Company has with any ocean
steamship company. C ement A.
Giiec m, who is a dircCor of the
Pennsylvania, is also connected with
the lulernationil Nav gntion Com
pary, and be may have (;one t J Eu
i ope to buy ships for that line; I do
not know. Pr-sident Tbompior, of
t.hn P nnnvlvanifi. hwnvcr T knnitr
went only for plcueu e,and not to buy
Meamsnips ur b ot anyooiiy obo.
Ollictrsol the International Navi a
tton Company also deny that Mr.
Giineom has mado any purchase for
Tbe Report Untrue.
New Yobk, Octiber 2. The ajer.ti
here of tbe Guinn Lina eta'e that the
report that the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company h d bicght tlie eioames
Aloe ka, Ar 7.03a and America in un
true. Til K IIF.VII. TO PAY.
My nn yon must pay for your winning-;
And it your nnouunt his heeini,
It i wo'l yoa fhoukl ktrnw at bo!nning
Jut whorp y u muat iy l.r your tun ;
Though y..u are aa expert and icholar,
fto Hy-ti-m tht you can invent
Can twinillo him out of a do tnr
He oo le't to the n'torraort ocnt.
For he know.-i ihe mold you wr" mnde in,
nd he Bn)i( ti h in own soltlnnout diyi
Whin out nl the Ktock that you tiade in
Thi: re it ill be the devil to pay.
Don't fool yoursclfever by th'nkin
You ran a'uh him aught e o hut awake,
Though nneraing asleep he is inking
At any liUe entry you make.
N" matter how ily your proceeding,
Be jot it all don In h i book,
And grins with d, lis lit at the tending,
Ab ho knows you re ar nn hiM hook.
In measure o- weight, W you lack it.
Don't think you ean ojver the d artb;
For ho always is ' ont your rackot,"
Ana ouarges yon an it is woith.
fie eares not for written dubenturei,
Hl t no (Is hy a p ttilers law,
Eo. if you indulge in rash ventiroi,
Wtli.Bnd yourself undnr hi? paw.
Oh I he i- the clerk of all ages.
Kxprrt from the earliest day.
And hftir you balance your pages
xoore wiii ue tue uevu to pay.
You may think of sndow'ng a collete
With substance yoursett does not need;
Well, do so, my tn, with the knowledge
That Satan won't credit Ihe ded.
No; oharit es won't mtk- you ltTel,
Ho mailer how ir, thx amount
Can't batanoa your deal with the derll-i
'1 bat goet to another account I
Though the loudtst h is been y ur profession
And longost the prayers you hare mado,
Rouiember tnat overs trangresnion
I a do it that has got to be paid ;
And re-olve, a yon may, on relenting.
Your fnl'ies and vices wh in arav.
Though an ocean you weep in repenting.
There will te tne uevil to pay.
Then at last , whn yon are a debtor
On his books lor eanli groliO'd whim
a-n whim but a link in the lett T
That bound you st'd eloper to him
For all ol ib" preaching since Alosos,
Nut a j I of his olaiin will he stay;
Even alter the clearing house closes
There will belbe devil ;o pay.
Vrtraxt Free Prtu.
Bosa Boat Blither IHtcliarge Their
Chicaoo. Ill, October 2. The bo's
bot makera cf the city bav held a
meeting ti consider the differences
exiiticg between themselves and their
men. The r stilt ws that it was de
cided to difcharge, on Sunday, all
thfir men. Tlii.i will throw out over
100 hands. The lockout h crcaBioned
by a dmnaid on the emp'oyers that
tbey compf l all non-tn iou uiea to join
tbe uni .n or leavo their employ.
Expelled I roin tbe Conference.
Kans4S City. Mo.. Oc'nher 2'. In
the 8ouhesrn M stinud Dairies
Confirer ce of tho MiihodUt Fpisropa'
Church, ton; h, in session here, $30
vier snbtcr.bed trday towarrt the re
building of Met';o 'M Cliuichs in
Onartestin, S. C. The Rev. W. C.
G dbey. formerly j r f 8"",r in Mirris
Ville C.illege, was expelled from the
conference lor immorality.
AND SEXAIORS IUMP10M A1)
Occasion Mingled Feelings of S'nr
prise, Chagrin aud Sadness bj
Their Scgk-ct of Charleston.
Niw York, Onobsr 2 The UorW
Te8teriav publehed the fol owing:
Capt. F. W. D iwson, the editor of tie
Ctmr e ton Aetr and Courier, arrived
in the citv last evt-nmgai.d iaitopping
8t ti e NewY.rk Ho el. "I aiu in a
povitir-n to s'ate from pirsiral knowl
edge," he sa d, "and I think it ia time
it was stat id t i the gcnereui t. iib:ic
which has C'-me fo:wrd eo nroinutv
to Ch rleistoii'd a d, that the money si.
lar lectiven ana now in aigut, mat is
to say wcic las been stibecribtd,
am iun irg, if it is all paid in, to f4rl),
000 or $500,010, will sufh-e ti e dnr
habitable the romns of those r f cur
ciizensvho are ahsolu'ely without
means to neip tnsinselves . lrefurio
laborinj; people, poor widows and the
like, who owned ti tle homes with
mortgages upoa them.snd why would
be utterly wiihaut resources to repair
damages were it not for the timely
"Then yoa m an to Bay (hit no
m ire help is neeiua ?"
"No, far from that. The dottb'e
b'ow which Cbarleitjn hss rfceive:',
first from the cycl ne snd then f otii
the earuiquaite, is one that th cannot
ratovir from unlets she rareives other
orgamzad aid trotn the outatde. If it
can ba arrar ged so that she enn bor
row mo icy ut a rat) nf m'eres,', say 4
per cent. bono m not in a wildcat w-ty,
mind you, hut on perfectly go il, Biib
stantial stcarity, wliich she can f ir
tich then we willlecble to robuill
and in u few y?ars be on our feet
"Has there been much indigna'hn
in 8 uth Caro iua ever t'-e I'res (huit's
fa lnre tj express snv sympathy ? '
'1 do not li-e to ta k ab jut that,"
replied the Sou hern edi or, with fe -!-itig.
"I hae ben vcrclr-stto ths
Prenident, and have ha l high admira
tion and love f -r him. It c-'itaiuly
teemed, roneidering the fearful calam
ity wh'ch h;d befallen a ci y, tlia. the
proper tuing for the Preside.it to t'o wai
to gi at opes to W.sh ngt in and tay
to the suffering people: 'I am here
at the post of ttuty. Wbst can I do
fir you?' NVcezpect d it, particu arly
irom a democratic i'reeident. Uis
failure to say a wordcimed not so
much anger as dirappointment and
pain. We d 'n't know what t m ike
of it. But it was nut me-ely the Pres
ident who surprised n. Theie is
Senator Wade Hampton. lie Ins been
the idol of Charlie on, a d Senator
Butler.alsoof Sjnth Carolina. We have
not heard a word from either. Butler
is in Europe, but there is a c.b e. It
would not have cont so very much,
either of monny or labor, for him ti
setd us a few words. Ni, we don't
know what to make of it at all.
You remember how Charieetoo ciine
forward et the time of Cleve'and'a
marriage aud Fent a beautif il present
to the bride. We have always s ond
staunchly by bim. A ple.isant con
trast was tbe eneiget'c aiti n of Ad
jutant General Dium, tbe Ailing Sec
ie ary of War. 1 he engiueoisheeent
were of incalculable value, not only in
delermiuirg what buildirgs were un
safe, but which onis, ttiouath they
looked unsafe, were not so. 1 tell you
it was rplendid work those gentlemen
did, ai d it did seem ai if tLey wu!d
woik tbemsolves to death, so zealous
were they in prrscuting their task."
Tns Ortiber North American Review
begins with an article by Prof Kicbard
T Ely on "Arbitrition," a methol of
adjaeting labnr troubl e which be
shows to have been larg-ly snce'eful
in Europe, and considers prac icable
and premts;ng for Ameii a.
The North American Review f r No
vember will con'aiu a contribution
from Jeflwon Itavison 'The In 'ian
Qution ."an aiticlern 'TheProjre a
oi Virginia," by Gov. Fi!z Hugh Lee;
tix unpub.i hed letters by George
Washington; aud others by Grant
"Josiah's RRLicr," a 6no story with.
HimnriiUB toatbee, by Kate Pu nam
Osgood. "My Friend the Bnrgli.r,"
by Gene II. Underw md, a wl "lho
Rule of Two Cardinal -."tevral excel
lent p:em8 snd beautif.il full-pspe
ilu-tra'iois, coin pie ta the llttrf at
tmciiirs in the b.dycf the Oitobtr
Gkn. Bkaurboafi) erntribafes an in
(erHsiing "r-ote" t ) The North American
Review for October, in winch ha ins;s s,
with d-cuments snd rlelails, ai rgainst
Rear Admiral Taylor, tttaf. the Un:tei
State hloi:kai'ing f qundron wasdiiven
out of Charleston I a bor on the 31st
cf January, 18(13, and that the blockade
was temporarily ra sed.
"Onb Way to Wbitb a Novel."
by Julian Hawthorne, in the October
Lotmopoiuan, contains the experience
of that well known wi it r in a fasci
nating d"par ment of literary art. "A
Russian iury," by W. 11. Allen. Is a
vivid portrayal of the fie'ee, crnel acd
wnioieicai mother o! Ivan Tourgue-
by Siphie Swett, atd "How I Went
Fishing on Lake Snoerlor," byBtSsio
Cbantiler, in the Young F.JkP, and
' Dres and Ventil ition for Children,"
by Mrs. Louise A CbDpmtn,and "The
Marriage R.-fusal," by A Bachelor, in
The Househo d, will attract the atten
tion of the i eerier s of the Cosmopolitan.
In t ie powerful story of "the Witch
nf Uarpswoll," Arlo Bate gives in the
October Cosmopolitan a thrilling pic
ture of New England snpr r-tttion.
"Hon Ants Live," by Ernest Vogea, is
a beautifully illus'ratad and wonder
fully interesting article on the ni'st
rr-mar. able imects in the world. "A
Virit to tl e Cavalry Campi in Sonth
ern Ai izona," hy O. H. Ward, is a vivid
and druDiatic doecription of one phae.e
of frontier life.
Lieut. John Bioklow. T?nth Cav
alry, United .States army, writing froir
Arizina to Outing, says: "The moi( '
sob of the burs, s of th s prt of the.
country the more satUfied I am as to
the suienority, for cavalry, of the
American over the Mexican. Texas.
Uoloradoor Californian bors; while
these horses have rer'ain excallcnt
points not poseeeed br the American,
they are all infeiior toil when it comes
to working uoder a loid of from 200 ti
2C0 pounds "
Mr R B. Spilliian. No. 19 Wot
Court etreet, is agent, f.-r the tale of The
Memoirs of Uen. 74, E. Le, by Gen.
A. L. Long, vi ho wai militirv secre
tly to Gen. L-e and alttrward Brig
adier Geneial and Chief of Artillery
Sirond Cofp, Army of No tbern
Vi g nia. It takes np thp biitory of
Gen. Lee fro-n tbe lime i f his appe,irt
nient as cade t, roti ei thed s'lnau'shed
part which he toik in the Mexican
war, snd fo lows him fn m the tirte
be BFBiimid command cf the Virginia
troop? ia 1831, through all the vaiiouB
vici situdes of march and ba tle.dovn
loth clone nf tin cim paten which
fi laliy decided the ar. M ir y of t'.e
fact whit h r berrt p'a'Mii o"i r.-eor.l
will for th first time g ve a c ear and
at ct-ri e bis t ry e f tie policy, m thoJa
and stiategy whicli iutluence 1 G?n.
I.e in the Imp rtent eai pdnsef
Aut:efsm; Chance l rsvil'e, Ge tvs
bu g and tbe Wilder ne, aboul which
eo niucli of a cor. flic i:.g and ct nfcsii.g
cbkractir hai bs'-n rntcu. The
strryof Gen. L ng will aim to give
the ahsiiuie tiuth in r gerd to a l the
B'irrit g events in w:dc!i the gen i 8,
cou'Bga and Bagncity nf the grat
leader Here tuch Important f tctjrs.
Gail Hamiltos de.iicts "An Amer
ican Qu en" in the person of airs.
Ba-.isier, a Tuiitan w .iiiau i f tlm l ift
getiera'irtn, the pr- ileat rf the fit
Amor can co lege for women, snd a
pieilier in the etlncat on of her sex.
T e lion. Wili S. I'.inn dicnse
"Silver and the Sav t gi Ha- k?," ref jr
riiig tube united a' ti m ohhee batiks
acnins ti.estanda d silv.r cViar." Cre
mation and Cbri-tiatntv" a'e consid
rieiliyAll n Gilnia i B gbw, w t'i
the co' clusion that one d es not con
II ct i h the othr. As special c un
mitsioner for tba Review, Henry
Gorge makei 1 ii third r. part on
"Labor in PnnBylvanin," his paraeti
1 ir ground tbi time being the fac's in
rgird t) the "Huns," mid the rila
live valua of wages in KurJi and the
United Sta'e. Mra. Mry A. 1 ivcr
moie crl iuites Ouiila mid repli s to
her bit'er article in tlie S--ptenibsr
Review on "Female Ki Ur ge." David
R. Locke (Petroleum V. Na-ihy) eluci
dites aud o g'i "IV -bib tion," in a
paper prouuuMced "t e ablest ever
-evi.t;d to the tubj ti t." r..f. W. G.
Siininr-r at'a 'ks "jMr. B aine on tie
I'ariff," and dec'nrts t iat the recent
l;(iictf that statesman brings prot
t ot.ism to a retluct.o ad abmrdtim The
N itts and uuuinien ro fcaif.
il Pr,KuK;iitl. " liu T'rnr P h, r:
A. Procter; "Soud Biukihe Ooe i k,"
hy CjI. C. C jaiile Luig; "M stik-aof
Retr Admiral Tiyo'," by Gen.
Boureeard ; and "The Pr.ig ra. s of Ct)l
t ralo," by O. S. Tium .s.
Drmorrats Rrjolcliie Over the K(
I urn of an r.rrlnit llrotlirr.
ICURII8PONDINCK or THI APrlAL.I
Ru'ley, Tknc, Octi bor 2 There
was a great j illitl ation here laet
night. The Itipl y String Ba-nl d s
ccursed iti mostdu ctt strait s, speech
es wera male and to b'h drank, and a
bi time was bad by i Jiv pdrticipauts.
Tub occasion of this rejoicing was the
formal rennncia ion o' the hereaea of
Repnblicdnistn by one cf the mott
I r -m'nei t cit x n of this cimtnunily,
who Eome jca s ago strayed Ir.nu tl o
It Id and wus content 1 1 abi.ie with
strargersaod a im. Bat oming tired
of feeding on fcustn, bod cidd to
arise and no to his D.-uir era ic father,
ad look for a job as a servant The
exe c s B closed wito sir g,ng "There
ia Joy in Ileiven Over tbj R tu'uiag
There was a light frcst in this sec
lion laH Ulght. OUNTHYMSK.
Lord Lonatlale'a Ctlinrrh Pntn nge.
Ni w Yirk Herald: It will interest
members r.f th Pr t'ant Pp'sL'oal
Ci urch (f tho Unit d S;atos, which is
alii ia ed with the Chnrc'.i of Englar.d,
to know tnat the diatiiigui-h-itg f a-
ttiro of tbe peerage ot L iudtxhtle,
whose tiltti it: nl le viM'ing ttus city, la
its praeoss ou of more ctclojias'ical
patienae than ar.yottier neerage if
ihe TJ intfd Kinpdirn orrf t-'eotlartd
,r Ireland. Within its gift ere no lues
than fifty-niue livings- we uso the
fiuuresof the current number of the
Financial Reform Almanac for th;s
S'atement anijl the others we make for
purposes of companion. Dabi ctt cit-s
only forty-one. Thii exepeds the
number oi livincs at tlie uiaposai of
any of the f jllowiog bebop-: C-
hsie, Chester, Ui.icbeHiur, fly,
Exftfr, Hdr.ford, L;v riiool, New-
c.st'e, Rochester, St. Albaoa.
H ulor a .d faun, r-outhweli a-(1
Truro. Among the tempera! puma
tlicsei who ni ar,'st; ipprnach ti ic are
the Dukes of Devonshire, wiih 40;
Rutlt.nd, 31; Bidi. rd .0; Ko.ufo t,
115; Northumbailaitd, 24, and Cleve
land, 212; the . Varquis of Ab-r-tavenny,22,
and Baron Leconflld, 22.
Ti e Prince of Wales atBO has '11. Tne
same authority sp-c Qui the territorial
pntwis oin id tiiH E :'i 1 L iih I ill;) ar
coiupr a nt 08,005 aeivs, with a rent
ro 1 of 71 3'J3, an I n ttinbiaiing t in
great ollteriea e,f Whiti -haveu, in
Con brtilar d ; but it 'tone n-;t spec fy
tho enitunrjrauceu upoa tuts proper;).
E lltoi ial.
Orricn or "::'it!inAV Ticlkohah," 1
Atlanta, ia., Oot. 'J, l(W.rt. )
Dr. Miii by Altiiw ma in thank tau tnotit
kindly for tha b itt.la of Ltuinn hltxir. Inm
not uiurh nl a b linvor in moil i f-i rie. but be
ing ovuriuxed br exoessiva oil" work, I
co.Kiiuled ti try ynur Lemon Ktinr, It
iiroveJ all and inuro th in yi u laimiU for it.
It nitta liko a, charm on the liver, stoiunch
anil bowels, aires a otieok to nurvous.-.ess,
and prudocos what I craved mot, namely,
ieasaitat.d rcfreshi"? red at bitrht. J ctr
dinlly T'-oommen 1 your rotndv ai a dotialit
lul tonic iu i II rases ot indication., btllious
ness and nervous pros'rati' n.
e-iiAKLr.t i. u"tttii,
Editnr and Proprietor "Stindsy Tolrmam."
hold br druoruiflta. fin i-rnts and tlibU liar
bottla. Prepared by 11. Aloiley, M.l)., At
Nolorlontt Me-aort Burned.
CrnrAfin Tit el tnhar 2 Irrr
Monro's State ' Btreet garden as
bnrnod this affomann. Lo". S'.OCO
The plac-) was witlel; no'orii in ai a
concert saloon and rescri for the lower
a danreroas u wD dislnwln oamulalnt. U
Wnds. l)T lmiinii nutnlli.li. iia ao-
for Hapid lleolina.
, iutteu, to ureyan toe y
Qiiirbly and onmnlertoly ( urt lhiirpNl In all
n lorma, llrnrihiirri. Ilclrinmr. j i
-Irhititf. TdMlinff the
puniiM thtt ijjood.btinm-
htm blie nmlUM, nd mitii tlie wmiiatiun of food.
r nml. mUn It anrl.di. nil mi
Kkv, JlT Komsiticr. tlm hnord vnttUtr of thm
Kimt Rnfonnml Otiarrh, Biltimnni, Mu.,Hti:
" Hnvinff umh! Brow n't Inm iliitttr fur DnM)pila
and lntiift'Miinn X tkf (tn't lilrwturo in rtM-om
mwnilirifc it hitfhlv. aIhu cctiHiilxr it a uplendid touio
and inviuorrstor, and rrj rttrt'iiiftlienitiK."
Molt. iiusrcH (J. Huir, .IihIk" "f Oironit Ooiirt
fJlinlm Oi,, lint., aayi: " 1 M&r mi -ft rluirtiil tttl
moiiy tn HiA eftifMuy uf Jlrown'g Jxou b liters fur
l)jFriir"p"?W. anri urn a lmir."
Uuniuno lutfl abovoTradit Mnrk and croeod r-d Hnog
on wrBiipor, ThIi no ullcr Mwi "nly hy
VUOVVN llKilUAl ' . lt M IMtH:i; SilK
W A f i T CriAli H N TJ . V -11 and Won en.
BIBIjF." IntTKiuo't' b IJov.J H.VIn
oent, JJ.1 Cor) (urAr nlj 0 in a town
ot o74 ,te p1; oi o 73 in ftritUxe of 7W; m
new riiit Itf. In 1j in,vt r 4, two uoi
Wftoki t one Hi tu -1 dnf two dift-' ent
timei. Jiii'tricnr not naceMBry. AJdrod
ia b:uru tf'.re;t Chiouro.
? II ra IP
OCTOBER 3, 1886.
r I I I O Cathartio
If the Liver bo Qll I Q
comet torpid, If the "ILLa)
bowels ire ronstiimtcil, or if the itomaoa
fulls tl tit Jn its fiim tiona Tci(M'rlj, oat
Ayt-r't X) Tlicy urc tuva hlc.
Fori v aiu I iug vi ia to Llwf
Comii i conwniipiu-e if which I
sutli l vt )tn riil Dobl Ir and Indt
pi'sti i few boxes of Tver's lUal
r.'sto! 1 to irf.i t he Jlfi. W. T.
Uriglitney, rioinlc r.on, W. ".
For years I have retted more upoa
Ayer's 1'ille tlinn unythlng else, to
my bowels. Thcw l'illa nrt mild In action,
and do Ihfir work tlioron-lily. I hiive uimj
them with trood i-flW-. iu rtisrs of Hlieu.
nnitlMii, Kidney TroiibU-, ntul Ovsiioiiila.
Ct. K. Miller, AltU'lKiiiiU(;li, Ihiss.
Ayer's Pills cured iiu of Stomach and
Liver tiMiililes, from which 1 h:id siiircrcj
for years. I consider them tint bet pills
niiule, nml would mil he without them.-
Morris tiates, Dowimille, N. Y.
I was attacked with Hlllous Fever,
Which was followed bv Juinuliee, anil was
no ilaiiwroiislv ill tlutt inv friends de
apaiied of in v recovery. '1 oiniiieml
taking Ayer's rills, mid soon regained hit
eiiMtiiinuiy ntieni;tli and vii;or. John uL
Puttinon, Lowell, Nebraska.
Last, spring I siilVcrcd preatly from
troublesome humor on mv side. In spit
of every effort to cure IIiIh eruptiuu, It hf
creased until the tlish breame entirely
raw. I was troubled, at tbe same time,
with Indigestion, and distressing Iulns In
Hy the advice of n frlenil I bepiu tnklnfr
Ayer's Tills. In a short time 1 was free
from pain, my food digested properly, the
sores on my body commenced hcailiifr,
and. In less than one month, I was cured.
Samuel 1. While, .Vlautn, (ia.
I have Innir used Aver's l'llls, in hit
family, and believe tln'in to be the best
pills made. S. C. Harden, Harden, Miss.
Ily wife and little irlrt were taken w ith
Dyseutery a few davs airo, and I at once
bciran Kivinif them miimII doses nf Aver'l
l'llls, tliinkini; I would call a doctor if tho
diseane became anv worse. In a short
time the bloody discharges atnpped, nil
pain went away, and health was restored,
Theodore Ksiiii', Uiclimoud, Va.
Prepared by Dr. J. 1!. Aynr ft t'o., Lewoll, Umi,
Sold by all Dealers Iu aleillcluo.
Ornci StsMPMis Oas I.kiiit CavrasT,)
M KUPHIS, Ttss. I
BY order of the Hoard ot Directors of the
Memphis (Ins Lin lit Cotcpury, made
July A, 1 KHH. a meeting- in tho stoo holders ,'
said Co m puny ' called to I e beld nn Mtin-
uit, uotiihor 4. ismi, t the ollioe ol the com
puny, in alcmphis, t 2 m., to cnusider 'oi
ant npnn a contrac' aate by ho Ueard oi
Directors with Tai llirtrict ol f-h-llil
county, a copy ot which contract has bei
sent by m nl I to earn stookhnlder In tarthai
puriuxnce o said order of the lloatd, notlot
ol sai l maetinitis hereby slven to the stock
holders ol raid company, and they are earn
estly requested to he present, or send proxies
with their instructions as to the voting ol
their stock upon this proposition to accept
or rejeot said contract.
Secretary nf Memphis Use Light Co,
September 1, 1 896.
imShlill lllffcaStllTai insl sSln B
Wft Only perfect substltuta lur Mother!
mtn. Invuluaiiia In Cholera Infantum
and Tthlns A prodifuaiud food for Oysr
Kiptlca, Cnnaumptlvas, Convalescent
mi nutrient In all WnatlnK Olaensna.
Kqalres no oooklnff. Our Hook, The Car
and Feeding of Infants, maliud trua.
DOUBBB. UOODALB , CO.. Boston. llaa
Di. 1). f. JUlIA'SOxN'M
No. 17 JefTomon htreot, .
(Between Uain and Front.) MEMPdlB.
IKstablished In I860.
1 vR.dOnNSON Is achnowledired by all par
J. ' ties interested as by fur the most suc
cessful physician In the treaiinentef private
or sect et diseases. Quick, permanent care!
uarantoed in every ease, male er female.
Keccut caoes of (ionnrrhea and Byphilir
cured in a f w days without tho aseof mer
cury, chanire of dirt or hindrunre iron
business, tiecontlnry Syrhilis, the last yes
tine eradicated withoittne uso of mercury,
Involunsary loss of semen stopped in short s
time. riulTorers from iiupotenoy or loss ol
sexual powers restore ttt free riror in a few
weeks. Victims of self -abuse and escofsivs
vonery, suflerittff from spermatorrhea and
lossof physical und mental power, nni'ilily
and permanently cured. Part'culsr ntUn
tion paid to the Dinnsos of Women, and
c res siinrantve'l. Pi'cts and old ssres cured
withiut tho use of cnustio or the hnil'o. All
cnnsultat ous strlcily on fidentiiil. Medi
cines sent hy espress to all parts of the
srsrWorklnnmcn enred at half the usual
rites. I flies hours from Ho'c'ork a.ni. to
i.Vli cit p. in. 1). B. .1 OllNSON, M.IJ.
CORRUGATED ICON SiDIKG
And Iron Roofing.
"J" V ' . i 'T t '"-"ft ''-i ' V
'.til i.i l-'.e l
fire, Wind, Water and 1 Igtilnln
proor Huitnlile for ail kinds er bulldinss.
Kor prices and estimates at faetory rate!
oall en or address
MEMPHIS METAL k WOOD MJ'OCO.,
438 A 440 Main it., and 21 A 23 Mulberry St.,
Headquarters tor Iron Penes and Orestlna,
(lalraniaed Iron Cornice. 'J in Rrols Ahtores.
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KT.-The excellea
of the cubine, and accommodations char
a teristinof this hotel durinr the past three
years, shall be fully maintained this season.
Vxcursion tlokets to the Bpnnas by the L.
and N. Hailwar are mod via LouUville. both
Riiinx and returains, to proered on first train
suoreedinr arriral in Loaisrille.
w i. uriaw-r, I'res't. .1. O. KINW.tlnp't,
KtspapeR .Wt1 ilk
Iff-' " a-anuurai tisortocon-
i- 'lit oont-.tins lists ol
newspapers and estimates o tbe oostol ail
yertising. The adTertiierwh'i wants to spend
one dollar, tnds la it the Inl.irmstlon hv re
quires, while lor bim who will inve ens
hui dred thousand dollars in advertiains. a
schen.e Is Indicated which will meet his
erery req ilr anient, or ean be made ts da ro
by slight ohancur easily arrived at by corre
spondence. One hundrod and f Ity-three
editions hare been Issued, bent, postpaid,
to any address for ton cuBts- Api'iy rn umi,
P. HOWKLL A CO.. NlitTSPAVB AI)-
VKKTlHltillr BUtlBAI'.l'l Spruce It. trriat
est Hon. Hnnurm . New Ynrk
SlierliT's Mule of UrocerlcB, Liquor,
BY rlrtue of an order nf sal to me direct
ed, fr.im the honnrahla t hanr-erv rtnurt
offihelby county, in cause Ko 9, Theo
dore Ked ts U. Duatse et al., I will,
On ftalarita. Itnlober O. 1HN.
within lefal hours, sell to the hishes' b'd
ders. for cash, the st' ck of Oroceries, Winrs,
Liquors. Fixtures, etc, of . llantse k Co.,
at No 40 Mad son street. Hsid tiok con
sists or rrern Impotted fancy irt ods. llius,
however, will be reeeired within ihe ten davf
fortha entire stork and fixtures, to he sub
mtt.'od to the Coai t for approval or rrjoetion.
Prities dosirinsi to make bids will huve ee
ce to the etock by app'yini to me, or T. H.
M ill'iry, IVputy r-herilf.
This the 2Utb day of September. VM.
V. D CNN N. KherifT.
VT. W. Qcodwln. L. A. K. Lehman. 11. F.
Dl x, Myers :A Caeed, Miller A (JilLam et
al., Attorneys for Couiplaiaaats.
CJ J c. " BJ ,tAsW A w. a. 3
n 1 Szr a s
iutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
KIt'lIAKI A. M'C I'ltUV, rre sielcnt.
Tlie Largfst , Strongest and Cheapest Company in the World.;
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN F. WILKFJISOX, Azcnt.
LIYERMORE mUKU3Y AND KflACHINE C0SSPAI,Y.
FOUNDRY & M ACHINE Kl'T,KK)tol7t Adams 8t.,3Iemph,
- ;;r,s', - - -
je.i.V ,f : L.
Brass &' v ,-v-V"tJ, -'is-- ' j '" ' , '' ;--i Kntlnrlv.su
I'aallnira. A. V - V '"tZl """aVii"'"
M.. m&i Wri feiiiifffira w-h-
L. , . .. . !( . I frt F L ' r 1j f w r, - Ja.'raa
H-alra. 'U.iC-.l -- Wi.ll-e
IKON & RAILWAY NULTLY DF.I'T, '(J and SSS Second Nt,
tSoooessors In this lepartment to JOHN MAN0UUR.)
aierWrlte BS for information on NV 'I'll t NH In ettherllnc.
The Planters Fire ami Marino Insurance Co.
sir in km rn is.
UOire In t'ainpanj'a Hulldlnsr, Ko. 41 M nil loon Nlrrrt, tnt-uiplila, Trnu.
D. T. POKTKR, Vtf. I Jlso. tV ;IIT4N. Jr.. Vlne-Pres. I J. II. NMITH, Noc'r
s. 11. HWN'I'I II. AooUlniH Nierelnrv.
DIRKTOK-S ll.llltUuKS.ot Hrook., Nceiy A On. : It. L. Ot.KKIN, of DiPard A flln :
U. T. 1011 IK II. of 1'oilcr A Maeiaoi J(.ll N O VKIH ON, Jb., J. (!. Ml I.I.N, J. 11.
(lODWlJN, f J. K. Uiidwln A Co.! J. M. (KifHtM It. ot' Uoodbsr A Co. I
J. M. flllLLll'i, UAltUWl'l I'alltlS
roiusaftncrd llu lai sa In l7. I oaa x fu-il, over Ilnlf a SI llllnu.
w.lli'iira specliilljr llralra-tl.
Also Bepresents tlic8i-KiKiirni.il Km, ol ,-.rinft' Id, Muss.; GmtuiiA Hons Ibhi iiahi s
Oomcsv: Vih'stsiw r'lTv. rhnttu n ooyw, 'I enn.
i, T. FAEtABOM.
0. 0. BBIir.
J. T. FAR8AS0
Fre;ct Street, Memphin, Ten i.
Oettea eenslined to us will hart ear careful attention. We carry at all tlsset a wUV
seleeted Itook ol
Stapla & Fancy Grocorles, Wires, Lltiuorii.Tcbaceo &. Clgsrs,
4.S vISS m-1S .
Vw'-r.Vi.' I,-.'.;f,ti fii,.
. L'lii "r ''7 J-"'ylN ' . '.
srl'.f ' 1 ir ' I
I; i Hl'i'is
H. T IIOH IHIK.
IV' Wr-f, '''r'W'ArW
i.lS ! r .-..-ieavsaSMSSSWl-IM
il l and a $?uI1noii Nfi.. : Sf oimlil.. T,- .-
A. VACCARO '& Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
No. 2T8 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
J. T. LaPRADB.
Late J. 1. 1.al'rade A Co.
No. 301 Front street,
ava-Uarins retired from the Hadelerjr and llsraoss btsiness anil opened an office s nbore.
wsare pleved to annoanc. t our friends and tho public s.ncriilly that. ;o are now prepared
to serVe them la oar now eanaeliy. Itelurninic thanks tho very hh.rali ('.'"..niw. t sx
tendtd us in the eld line, we trust to merit and receive a sh.ro or your f. vorr n the now.
n o Ten
Colton Factors, WMesalo Srccers,
11 Union Hlrvvt. : i KJmnhta, Trw,
W. A. HHiriI, Proprlntar.
SEC. G-JWEIM i csa,
Thoeafle O roc err, Colton 2?aolor
And Commissisn Merchants,
232 anti 234 Front Si., UempMs, T esE
MTWCKI ADAHtf AHI1 JKrrKxMOff.
Ur. I. f . BAIBTIT d.ToUs bis whole time to the w.lrhlni and sale of '.II Collet txutaa
A r siari .,Uottsa Warehoas.. wo rYashiusUia WaU
Bav I n,
I. L. WOODSOi
T.r IS. l evl
1SCATT OIN CO.
Daniel I'riilt Coil mi Gins,
i'KKUKKS AMD CONDKN8ERH,
NMII.KY, SMITH V (
Pratt Kolla Ilisilrr Wlsta, read
era aud Wla Kapalrora,
8 to 104 l'otlitr St., Memphis.
-Pratt ReyoWlnf-Ilead Gins one
qnnled. titock now cemplete. Prices
reduced. Correspondence aaa orders
.oltoiled. Old dins lie paired In l-irsl.
lasurd . All wortauaranleed
N. 1. itowiiti:
Late with J. 1'. LuPrade AC
: Memphis. Tcim.
IV. A. Kiiillh's l'at. Soptirator.
EitflO EcllpSO HlllliT (ifllH,
rialn 10 Inch (Jin, aud
BOM II Fit K HTAMUHI rKKNN.
Prire at Kactorr. 8lOand HO.
AIXON M)rl COTiON 'MUSEUM.
WAll kinds of Gins Repaired. Special
Discount to tbe irade.-a
HOI nml :t front Nt., Nrmfhla, Temsi
m. j. cic k.
- , - .. ,-. i
: V , . .
R. A. FARKIR.
rl & COi